Nothing beats a day in a boat, the fresh salt air, and the thrill of catching a great fish. Stalking the elusive Tarpon, Bonefish or Permit is the dream of every fly fishing angler and we are here to make that dream a reality.

South Florida Bonefishing

Contact

Captain Rick Brito
Light Tackle & Fly Specialist 

Bonefish, Tarpon &Permit

Biscayne Bay and Upper Keys

Full Day / Half Day & Evening Rates

Call: 954-410-5882 Email:CaptRick@SouthFloridaBonefishing.com

Contact Information
What to Bring

    * Hat
    * Sunscreen
    * Polarized glasses
    * Whatever you want to eat and drink
    * Don't forget your camera!
    * Rain gear
 

You do not need to bring a cooler. I have a cooler with ice for your drinks and food. I also supply all the bait, rods, reels and tackle you will need.

Locations

When fishing out of Miami, we will depart from Crandon Park Marina on Key Biscayne.
Directions - Crandon Park Marina, Key Biscayne (Miami)

Take I-95 south past downtown Miami and exit at Key Biscayne (Rickenbacker Causeway) - it's the last exit before I-95 ends and becomes US1. Follow signs to Key Biscayne. You will go through a toll booth go over two big bridges. Crandon Marina is on right after second bridge. Make second right into marina and go straight to boat ramps. Below are a few maps to help you find your way:

    Address:
    4000 Crandon Blvd.
    Key Biscayne, FL 33149
    Click here for a map from MapQuest

When fishing in Fort Lauderdale, we depart from Hyatt Pier 66 off of 17 street.
Directions - Hyatt Pier 66, Fort Lauderdale

Take 17th Street east towards the beach and go over the intracoastal waterway bridge and turn left at first light. Enter property and go to fuel dock. Below are a few maps to help you find your way:

    Address:
    2301 SE 17th St. Causeway
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    Click here for a map from MapQuest

Other things to Do
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Captain Rick also has a 13 foot Custom Airboat that will accomodate 3 passengers * and will take you into the vast beaurty of the Everglades where you can see endangered birds, deer, wild boar and, of course, alligators. Bass fishing is also available.
  *more boats are available upon request
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